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The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker released 10 years ago on GameCube, but that doesn't mean there aren't some players out there who haven't already experienced the game's story.
If you have been waiting to play the HD version of the game, or maybe just weren't of age to play when the original released, I wouldn't recommend watching the launch trailer below. Some major story moments are spoiled. If you know what to expect, though, and just want an excuse to see more of Wind Waker HD's gorgeous visuals – enjoy!
For Wii U eShop digital download players, The Wind Waker HD released yesterday. Those waiting for physical copies must wait until October 4. Be sure sure to heah here to read our review of Wind Waker's HD return, and here for our Test Chamber where we spend some time with the game on video.
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It'll be nice to play through this game again when I get a Wii U. Might wait till the new Smash Bros or another big title to get one though.
Perhaps the worst part of the wait for my physical copy is that it only leaves me with one week before Pokemon ravenously consumes my free-time.
I can't believe they would show some of that stuff in a trailer! C'mon, Nintendo. Be smarter than that!
Yeah they could definatly have done a better tralier then that without spoiling it..
I'll pick it up, as I never played it due to not going with a Gamecube. Yet, no telling when I'll get to it with GTA 5 consuming all my gaming time. Especially since GTA Online will hit around it's release.
I find that most trailers now-a-days ruin things by giving too much away. None come to mind. The last movie I saw, i realized that the trailer spelled out the movie and its end, to a "t". It was kind of annoying, almost as annoying as not remembering what the movie was. Obviously not a memorable one. Also most things these days are highly formulaic and predictable, it's kind of why I turn to foreign films since they're usually good for a twist. They also don't mind covering twisted and what we in the states would call touchy topics, like "Martyre", or "Guinea Pig II: Flowers of Flesh & Blood".
anyone who doesnt know the story by playing this game or atleast doesnt know anyone who know the ending of this game isnt a real gamer and should have there gamer card taken away
Man, it looks great! It makes me want to pull out my Gamecube and play it again.
Whoop thanks for that :3